If you have been using Windows 95/98 or NT 4.0 for a while, you should be familiar with the little button. It appears on many of the operating system's dialog boxes, and in many Microsoft software products. Windows applications use it to provide context sensitive help by clicking this button first, and then clicking on any control in a dialog box. As a result, a popup window with a brief description of the control's functionality is displayed.
|Savvoulidis Iordanis||n_pipeline||This extension overcomes the limitation of only one transaction pair and only one pipeline object. You might think of this user object, as a medium for replicating data across databases.|
|Bruce Armstrong||n_cst_idle||Allows to suspend a user session if they leave the application inactive for a certain period of time, and to require re-authentication of the user when they attempt to use the application after that period.|
|Allows PFC applications to scroll the contents of all common controls using the Intellimouse|
|Paul Rito||u_calendar||Adds "next / previous year" navigation to the pfc calendar object.|
|Bruce Armstrong||n_cst_pffutils||File open function which provides multiple file selection and a customizable dialog window.|
|Chris Gross||w_wizardmaster u_wizardstepmaster||To enhance your PowerBuilder GUI and provide a standard wizzard interface consistent with the MS feel.|
|Open windows occupying exactly same space under different display settings..|
|Provide the users with an opportunity select the filter and sort dialog window style.|
|A wrapper service for the WinInet
dll. Provides internet connectivity and dial-up, FTP and HTTP functions.
The attached pbl contains a demo app that demonstrates how to upload and download files to/from an FTP server and how to obtain live stock quotes from an HTTP site.
|Roy Kiesler||n_cst_error_nt||An extension to the PFC error service which enables the user to log error messages in the Window NT event log.|
|Roy Kiesler||n_cst_winsrv_shell32||Provides access to many standard windows shell dialogs and functions in shell32.dll|
|Boris Gasin||u_calendar||Extend the calendar to allow it to display Monday as the first day of the week.|
|Tim Roberts||n_cst_object_factory||Object Manager. Create and share business objects at a global, shared or instance level.|
|Lijun Yang||u_progressbar||Make the indicator resizable as the progress bar object is resized|
|The service provides a generic method for opening any type of window. The service also allows passing multiple values to a window (parameter passing).|
|Sharon Weinstrom Buntz||n_tr
|Provides important transaction management functionality to keep your SQLAnywhere database running smoothly.|
|Lijun Yang||n_cst_array||Provides functions to sort data of an array, insert an element into an array, and delete elements from an array.|
|Provides the ability to change text and background colors of objects on the status bar.|
|Stephen Pareles||n_cst_dwsrv_multitable||The extension resolves conflicts between the referential integrity database triggers and the Multi-Table service update sequence.|
|Lijun Yang||n_cst_numerical||Adds additional conversion functions and improves performance of existing operations.|
|Boris Gasin||n_cst_selection||Allows the return of values selected from multiple rows.|
|Paresh Shah||n_cst_dwsrv_dropdownsearch||Validates the user enered data against a list of values in the DDDW|
|Tim Roberts||n_cst_winsrv_help||Provides context sensitive help|
|Lee Hendricks||n_cst_appmanager||Automatically select the source of user and application settings from ini file or the registry.|
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